[Bell Historians] Muffles

Bickerton, Roderic (SELEX GALILEO, UK) Roderic.Bickerton at 6wr5JGpzEpqMgdfFDkies07CpODP2o5MuE3Tsj7RFXo64qHxchtwrn-OZN-lJeLIvbJ4f0HatcUsGfEJ2bNznqM4h_PigLT7VrK8y9Y.yahoo.invalid
Mon Mar 9 10:31:26 GMT 2009

Take them off! Pull off no ties. 


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Bickerton, Roderic (SELEX GALILEO, UK) wrote:
> Hmmm, leather stitched across one open side of a rubber tier practice 
> muffle could produce a 1/2 muffle that would just shove on without 
> ties, and be stable.
> That could be worth trying out.

What would you do for open ringing then?


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